v=Iwu-6Gx BHN4 With over 29,000 results on You Tube alone, you can still revel in his greatness: “He was quite simply the greatest stand up comedian there ever was” – Jay Leno I feel the same about flour and sugar in our diets and in the discussion around BED, weight gain and other eating disorders that Rodney did: Flour and sugar just get no respect.It doesn’t matter how many studies, books 100% dedicated to this topic, You Tube videos and full length documentaries explaining the concepts that emerge …That tests with rats prove they will sacrifice more for sugar than cocaine …even their lives.More importantly, in the context of BED and other eating disorders – and simple weight gain, people refuse to take seriously the concept of trying abstinence from these two — just for a short period — to see if that has any effect on their desire to binge. For me this question is easy now but it wasn’t always that way.I told him, ‘If you don't mind, I'd like a second opinion.’ He said, ‘OK. Rodney Dangerfield’s wife Joan today launched Rodney.com, a site dedicated the career and legacy of the late comedian.Perhaps the greatest stand-up comedian who ever lived, Rodney Dangerfield parlayed his signature phrase, “I don’t get no respect,” into one of the most successful comedic careers ever.He grew up making jokes with famed comedian Lenny Bruce, tried his hand at stand-up with very little success, then decided to try to save his marriage and became a paint salesman.
He had a miserable childhood; his absentee father was a womanising vaudeville performer and his mother was bitter and undemonstrative. "When I was seven, I told Mom, 'I'm gonna run away from home.' She said, 'On your mark . ("I worked places like Nunzio's - a real tough place.("They've even got slot machines in the supermarkets. The venture was successful, and many young comedians got their big break there. "I asked my wife, 'On a scale of one to 10, how do you rate me as a lover?Although he was his own featured entertainer, Dangerfield would often stroll over to the rival comedy club, Catch a Rising Star, and try out new material on its audiences. ' She said, 'You know I'm no good at fractions.' ") Since 1992, he had undergone surgery four times, once for a double heart bypass. On the way to the hospital, the ambulance driver stopped to have lunch.")His first film was the deservedly obscure The Projectionist (1970).His first marriage, to Joyce Indig, ended in divorce in 1962; although they remarried the following year, they divorced again in 1970. My wife screwed me in front of the whole court.") In 1993 he married Joan Child, a girl 30 years his junior and a Mormon. Five years later, he appeared on television as Guest Host on Saturday Night Live, and was so successful that he was cast in Caddyshack (1980), a film featuring such stars of that anti- establishment series as Chevy Chase and Bill Murray.This marriage proved to be successful, although some of the gags in his routine suggested otherwise. Dangerfield's performance as the nouveau riche slob Al Czervick stole the picture, and he was elevated to stardom for the films Easy Money (1983) and Back to School (1986).